The online book (and music and movies and everything else) selling giant, Amazon, will be adding a warehouse in everyone’s favorite neighboring state. The Robbinsville, N.J. “fulfillment center” will open in 2014 and, according to Biz Journal, create about 700 jobs and $22 million in tax revenue (and presumably cut down on some delivery times for local orders). It’s a trade-off for the people of New Jersey, who last year began paying sales tax on items ordered from Amazon. The second warehouse is rumored to be in South Jersey, but there are currently no detailed plans on that one.
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